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Cube Corners and Eccentric Spacers

Discussion in 'General Talk' started by tjb1, Feb 3, 2018.

  1. tjb1

    tjb1 New
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    Do the eccentric spacers fit into the cube corner? I see several places where wheels are attached directly to the cube corner but I can't see if they are also using an eccentric. I've found the hole on the cube spacer to be 7mm and the diameter of the eccentric spacer to be 7.11mm according to the STEP files so it appears they won't fit together.
     
  2. Peter Van Der Walt

    Peter Van Der Walt OpenBuilds Team
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    They do indeed fit, export from Sketchup to STP may have introduced inaccuracy. You do need eccentrics on both sides
     
  3. crispin

    crispin Journeyman
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    3 sides have the larger hole for eccentrics while the 3 sides opposite have the smaller, standard, non-eccentric hole. Most eccentric spacers fit easily but the occasional spacer may require convincing.
     

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